Events

Mar
2
Fri
1984 @ Pumphouse Theatres
Mar 2 @ 19:30 – 21:30

War is peace. Ignorance is strength. Thought is crime. George Orwell’s acclaimed work gives a harrowing warning of a dystopian future which, sadly, has become all too familiar. With the rise of nationalism across Europe and now in America, what better time to retell the warnings this story shares about a desperate future that we all hope to avoid, yet seem inexorably drawn towards.

Adapted for the stage by Michael Gene Sullivan, and directed by Aaron Conrad. Be sure to witness an unforgettable night at the theatre, and remember: Big Brother is watching!

Mar
3
Sat
1984 @ Pumphouse Theatres
Mar 3 @ 19:30 – 21:30

War is peace. Ignorance is strength. Thought is crime. George Orwell’s acclaimed work gives a harrowing warning of a dystopian future which, sadly, has become all too familiar. With the rise of nationalism across Europe and now in America, what better time to retell the warnings this story shares about a desperate future that we all hope to avoid, yet seem inexorably drawn towards.

Adapted for the stage by Michael Gene Sullivan, and directed by Aaron Conrad. Be sure to witness an unforgettable night at the theatre, and remember: Big Brother is watching!

Mar
4
Sun
1984: Matinee @ Pumphouse Theatres
Mar 4 @ 14:00 – 16:00

War is peace. Ignorance is strength. Thought is crime. George Orwell’s acclaimed work gives a harrowing warning of a dystopian future which, sadly, has become all too familiar. With the rise of nationalism across Europe and now in America, what better time to retell the warnings this story shares about a desperate future that we all hope to avoid, yet seem inexorably drawn towards.

Adapted for the stage by Michael Gene Sullivan, and directed by Aaron Conrad. Be sure to witness an unforgettable night at the theatre, and remember: Big Brother is watching!

Mar
6
Tue
1984: Talk Back & Industry Night @ Pumphouse Theatres
Mar 6 @ 19:00 – 21:00

War is peace. Ignorance is strength. Thought is crime. George Orwell’s acclaimed work gives a harrowing warning of a dystopian future which, sadly, has become all too familiar. With the rise of nationalism across Europe and now in America, what better time to retell the warnings this story shares about a desperate future that we all hope to avoid, yet seem inexorably drawn towards.

Adapted for the stage by Michael Gene Sullivan, and directed by Aaron Conrad. Be sure to witness an unforgettable night at the theatre, and remember: Big Brother is watching!

Mar
7
Wed
1984 @ Pumphouse Theatres
Mar 7 @ 19:30 – 21:30

War is peace. Ignorance is strength. Thought is crime. George Orwell’s acclaimed work gives a harrowing warning of a dystopian future which, sadly, has become all too familiar. With the rise of nationalism across Europe and now in America, what better time to retell the warnings this story shares about a desperate future that we all hope to avoid, yet seem inexorably drawn towards.

Adapted for the stage by Michael Gene Sullivan, and directed by Aaron Conrad. Be sure to witness an unforgettable night at the theatre, and remember: Big Brother is watching!

Mar
8
Thu
1984 @ Pumphouse Theatres
Mar 8 @ 19:30 – 21:30

War is peace. Ignorance is strength. Thought is crime. George Orwell’s acclaimed work gives a harrowing warning of a dystopian future which, sadly, has become all too familiar. With the rise of nationalism across Europe and now in America, what better time to retell the warnings this story shares about a desperate future that we all hope to avoid, yet seem inexorably drawn towards.

Adapted for the stage by Michael Gene Sullivan, and directed by Aaron Conrad. Be sure to witness an unforgettable night at the theatre, and remember: Big Brother is watching!

Mar
9
Fri
1984 @ Pumphouse Theatres
Mar 9 @ 19:30 – 21:30

War is peace. Ignorance is strength. Thought is crime. George Orwell’s acclaimed work gives a harrowing warning of a dystopian future which, sadly, has become all too familiar. With the rise of nationalism across Europe and now in America, what better time to retell the warnings this story shares about a desperate future that we all hope to avoid, yet seem inexorably drawn towards.

Adapted for the stage by Michael Gene Sullivan, and directed by Aaron Conrad. Be sure to witness an unforgettable night at the theatre, and remember: Big Brother is watching!

Mar
10
Sat
1984 @ Pumphouse Theatres
Mar 10 @ 19:30 – 21:30

War is peace. Ignorance is strength. Thought is crime. George Orwell’s acclaimed work gives a harrowing warning of a dystopian future which, sadly, has become all too familiar. With the rise of nationalism across Europe and now in America, what better time to retell the warnings this story shares about a desperate future that we all hope to avoid, yet seem inexorably drawn towards.

Adapted for the stage by Michael Gene Sullivan, and directed by Aaron Conrad. Be sure to witness an unforgettable night at the theatre, and remember: Big Brother is watching!